Saturday event offers opportunity to Give Grandly!

Give Grandly! returns for the seventh time this weekend, and organizers are hoping southwest New Mexico residents will prove more generous than ever o...

Schools move closer to normal with graduations

A year ago, high school seniors didn’t get to celebrate with a prom or a normal graduation, and students at Western New Mexico University celebrated...

Sign-ups for summer reading program to begin

It’s time once again for children and adults to begin thinking about the Silver City Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, and while COVID-19 h...

Silver sees influx of residents – but not 6,320 households

Town Manager Alex Brown clarified Monday that a 396 percent increase in water and sewer “connections” over the past year doesn’t represent 6,320...

Cobre’s Mendoza announces retirement

After 47 years in education, Cobre Schools Superintendent Robert Mendoza on Monday afternoon announced his retirement after eight years with the distr...

Hospital’s audit raises accountability questions

The results of a fiscal audit requested by the Gila Regional Medical Center Governing Board shortly after it took over governance of the county-owned ...

Markets return sense of normalcy to downtown

Markets return sense of normalcy to downtown

(Press Staff Photo by Geoffrey Plant)With brother Charles on hand to hold her coffee, Ei......

Markets return sense of normalcy to downtown

(Press Staff Photo by Geoffrey Plant)With brother Charles on hand to hold her coffee, Ei......

Stream commission defunds, drops out of Gila diversion group

Without discussion, New Mexico Interstate Stream Commissioners today voted to defund the New Mexico Entity of the Central Arizona Project, the group t...

Silver City, flush with cash, will reopen pool

Silver City Town Manager Alex Brown announced this week that the municipal pool will open ※at the end of May,” after remaining closed last year du...

Grant County, most of NM turn ‘turquoise’ today

Starting today, 24 New Mexico counties — including Grant County — will transition to the turquoise level of risk under the state’s revised “Re...